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New York fashion imprint Landlord joins forces with graphic artist, James Howard as part of its latest drop this FW17 season.

Following a 2010 visit to an exhibit of the artist’s work at Saatchi Gallery in London, the brand’s creative director, Ryohei Kawanishi grew enamored by Howard’s cut-copy-paste style of digital artwork, particularly because it reminded him of Texas-based graphics design firm Pen & Pixel and its gaudy, diamond-encrusted album covers from the early 2000’s.

With Kawanishi’s nostalgia for hip-hop’s “bling-bling” era, combined with the ironic nature of Howard’s visuals, the line is comprised of graphic T-shirts and hoodies priced at $180 to $250 USD.

Find it all now from Landlord’s official website.

In other style news, BAPE launches a dedicated online store for its Pirate line.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night